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This front matter section of the book Graphic Satire and Religious Change The Dutch Republic, 1676-1707 contains the table of contents, list of plates, abbreviations, and acknowledgements. The book explores how polarization between theological schools during the reign of stadholder William III triggered, necessarily covert, debates on the shortcomings of early modern Churches that prepared the way for a more enlightened religious culture.

Keywords: Dutch Republic; early modern Churches; theological schools; William III

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